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egobuilders says

I started programming BASIC on the Atari 400 in 1982… it had 4K of RAM .

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_rg_ says

hahah, i started with basic using a ZXSpectrum 48k, made in england, in… mm…. arround 1985 let´s say. I have the machine yet!! with the printed manual, a lot of “cassettes”, some joystiks and even an optical pen (yes, optical pens exists since first computer)

by the way i´m 35 and i belive the older till now!!! JEJE

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frayquantum says

wow… you guys goes way back…..

my first programming is Dbase III +, I still remember I had to carry around 51/2” floppies to boot up the computer, which is a AT compatible…

but that’s because Indonesia had crappy computers in the late 90s

my first computer was a Pentium II with 32MB memory, and I still remembers how fast it is lol

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Fairhead_Creative says

We’re 22 and 28 :)

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everlastingmagicdesign says

26 years old, single, no kids. Run my own webdesign business.

As a kid I used to type code into a Commodore 64…geez those were the days.

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plexdesigns says

24 years old, single, freelancer.

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dreampunchboy says

26

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thejampot says

I’m a 27 year old english photographer. Living in the south of France with my girlfriend.

I learnt web tech by myself and have been doing freelance design and coding since 2004.

Starting computing in 1991 with 386 under dos… seems quite a while ago, I’m now using Mac for work and PC for play.

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Dubmin says

21 years , 3-4 exp. based in serbia , trying to get back on my college .

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leslienayibe says

22 years old, freelancer, mechanical engineer student

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